Rabbi Mordy Hirsch of the Mitzvah Tank Office says he is considering filing a request to the Guinness World Records for "World's Largest Mobile Sukkah."
New York City's Times Square is no stranger to odd and flashy scenes, and Sunday night, the first eve of Chol HaMoed Sukkos, was no different.
The major intersection in Manhattan might have been witness to the largest mobile Sukkah in the world.
This according to Rabbi Mordy Hirsch and the men at the Mitzvah Tank Office in Crown Heights.
It took them a few days to build the 6 meter-long Sukkah on the back of a trailer truck, which was then driven through Manhattan to park near Kosher Delight on Broadway (between 36th and 37th Streets).
Hirsch, who is assisted in this project by R' Meir Ashkenasi from Israel, told COLlive he is considering filing a request to the Guinness World Records for the title.